Adrienne Heinrich, Single Prophet/Messenger 3

Links of Interest

Here’s a video tour of Guild member Adrienne Heinrich’s studio.


A Complement to African American Art in the 20th Century, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, features art by Guild member Tina Williams Brewer.

“To complement the exhibition African American Art of the 20th Century from the Smithsonian American Art Museum, we have brought together a selection of paintings, sculptures, photo montages and prints from The Westmoreland’s permanent collection and loans from Art Bridges and The University Museum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

The nine artists in this special focus exhibition: Tina Williams Brewer, Willie Cole, David Clyde Driskell, Vanessa German, Charles ‘Teenie’ Harris, Kerry James Marshall, Thad Mosely, Joe Overstreet, and Mickalene Thomas, explore their own personal histories, their heritage, and art history in a range of media and approaches.”


Embroidered Realism: the Art of Ruth Miller

http://www.ruthmillerembroidery.com/gallery.html

http://www.ruthmillerembroidery.com/gallery.html

Fiber artwork by Phyllis Stevens as featured on Artsy

https://www.artsy.net/artist/phyllis-stephens


Last chance to bid on wonderfully crafted artwork at Contemporary Craft.

The 2020 art auction features hundreds of items from Contemporary Craft’s family of local, regional, and national craft artists. Because all items are generously donated, 100% of the winning bid price directly supports their mission to engage the public in creative experiences through contemporary craft.

https://e.givesmart.com/events/fof/


An opportunity to be included in OAM Pittsburgh, a community fashion project.

“The Three Rivers and Golden Triangle are the inspiration for this garment. Imagine the golden triangle as the proud head held high, with the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers as long cascading sleeves with the mighty Ohio as the long train – this is the outline of the OAM garment.

For the OAM Pittsburgh Community Fashion Project we are asking people of all ages, regardless of fashion, design or sewing skill level – to decorate, design, draw, embroider, knit, crochet, sew or simple cut a 4 inch (approximate) piece of fabric”

https://www.idiadega.com/oam-pgh.html


Virtual Quilter’s Shop Hop

Here's a short video on how to participate in the Our Favorite Things Virtual Shop Hop.

Posted by We All Quilt on Thursday, July 30, 2020